The start of the NBA regular season is still over a month away, but we’re already begun our coverage by posting NBA Championship Futures, MVP Odds, Coach of the Year Odds, Divisional Odds, Scoring Title Odds and even Win Totals for the 2014-15 season.
However, since the schedule for the upcoming season was released in mid-August we’ve been waiting for one of the prominent offshore sportsbooks to begin posting game lines. Our thirst for NBA action was quenched earlier this week when Sportsbook.com posted their Game of the Year lines which includes all three opening night matchups, a handful of prominent opening week games, and all five Christmas Day showdowns.
The current NBA Game of the Year spreads from Sportsbook.com are listed below and we will continue to update this list if any new games are added.
Orlando Magic at Charlotte Hornets (-8.5)
Dallas Mavericks at San Antonio Spurs (-6.5)
Houston Rockets (-5) at Los Angeles Lakers
Chicago Bulls (-1.5) at New York Knicks
Oklahoma City Thunder at Portland Trail Blazers (-1.5)
New York Knicks at Cleveland Cavaliers (-8)
Oklahoma City Thunder at Los Angeles Clippers (-4)
Cleveland Cavaliers at Chicago Bulls (-3)
Los Angeles Clippers (-8.5) at Los Angeles Lakers
Washington Wizards at New York Knicks (-1.5)
Los Angeles Lakers at Chicago Bulls (-9)
Cleveland Cavaliers (-3.5) at Miami Heat
Los Angeles Clippers at Golden State Warriors (-2.5)
Oklahoma City Thunder at San Antonio Spurs (-5)
Typically oddsmakers estimate that home court advantage is worth three points so it’s interesting to see that the Chicago Bulls are actually 3-point home favorites against LeBron James, Kevin Love and the new-look Cavaliers.
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